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Reggae On the River 2011

Reggae On the River 2011

Reggae On the River 2011

By Karl Pearson on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - 2 comments

July 16th & 17th at Benbow Lake, Garberville, California.

The 27th annual Reggae On the River festival takes place on the 16th & 17th July at Benbow Lake State Recreation Area in Garberville, California.

Reggae On The River 2011For the first time ever there will be 2 stages hosting a feast of quality reggae and world music acts including Ky-Mani Marley, Gramps Morgan, Seun Kuti & Eqypt 80, J Boog, Tony Rebel, Queen Ifrica, Bushman, Gondwana, Rootz Underground, Annette Brissett, Perfect, Clinton Fearon, Army, HR, Edi Fitzroy, Pashon Minott, Native Elements and much more.

There is plenty camping, cold showers and river access at Cooks Valley in the shade of the redwoods with weekend, day, or single night passes available for purchase. Shuttles will run from the campground to the event site. Other additional campgrounds in the area are also available.

Full line up, stage and appearance times as follows :

Saturday, July 16th

Redwood Stage:

10:15am ~ Opening Prayer w/ Goodshield
10:30am ~ Mystic Roots Band
12:00pm ~ Native Elements
1:00pm ~ Pashon Minott
2:05pm ~ Perfect
3:20pm ~ Annette Brissett
5:00pm ~ Bushman
6:15pm ~ J Boog
8:00pm ~ Reggae Revolution Tour w/ Ky-Mani Marley & Gramps Morgan

River Stage:

11:00am ~ Ambush
12:45pm ~ The Impalers
2:30pm ~ Zili Misik
4:15pm ~ Indubious
6:00pm ~ Sahra Indio
6:35pm ~ Edi Fitzroy
8:25pm ~ HR (Human Rights)

Sunday, July 17th

Redwood Stage:

10:30am ~ Jade Steel
12:00pm ~ Zili Misik
1:40pm ~ Clinton Fearon
3:30pm ~ Gondwana
5:15pm ~ Queen Ifrica
6:35pm ~ Tony Rebel
8:30pm ~ Seun Kuti & Egypt 80

River Stage:

10:15am ~ 7th Generation Rise
11:00am ~ Sahra Indio
12:00pm ~ Indubious
1:40pm ~ The Alliez
3:20pm ~ Jah Sun & Ishi Dube
5:10pm ~ SILA
6:50 ~ Army
8:30 ~ Rootz Underground

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Posted by alberth marmolejo on 07.06.2011
Hey yo body it's nice to hear that all those teams are going to play there. That's sounds that it'llbe a great time .. I like to go but .. I don't know how to get there ... I neeed some help .. I'm in Colombia ... I realy like to go to hear all those great singer .. I love the reggae music ... Jah blesss us.

Posted by Geoffrey Beers on 07.07.2011
This show is going to be amazing. I can't hardly wait to be out jammin with some good vibes and friendly people. The line up is like no other and all the bands are of the biggest names in reggae. It will be one to remember.

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